Labor & Employment Law: Alumni

Marquette University Law School graduates are currently practicing in a wide range of roles in the labor and employment law field. Below are a few of our notable alumni who work for management, employee, union, or government clients.

Daniel Dennehy Daniel Dennehy
Class of 1979

von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
Daniel Dennehy advises private-sector clients, especially health care providers, on all aspects of employment, personnel, and labor matters.
Atheneé Lucas Atheneé Lucas
Class of 2005

Fiserv/Marquette University
Atheneé Lucas not only practices law in-house at Fiserv, but she also teaches Employment Law to students at Marquette Business School.
Scott S. Luzi Scott S. Luzi
Class of 2010

Walcheske & Luzi, LLC
Scott S. Luzi is currently a partner and managing member of Walcheske & Luzi, LLC. His practice focuses on all areas of labor and employment law.
Rebeca López Rebeca López
Class of 2012

Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.
Rebeca López focuses her practice on aiding employers in interpreting and applying local and federal employment laws.
Teresa Lenz Theresa Lenz
Class of 2012

National Labor Relations Board
Teresa Lenz is a field attorney for the NLRB in Baltimore and focuses on investigating and litigating unfair employer and union labor practices.
Juan Amado Juan Amado
Class of 2011

Zywave, Inc.
Juan Amado's practice focuses on helping insurance brokers and their clients navigate employee benefits law and workplace safety regulations.
Alyssa Dowse Alyssa Dowse
Class of 2010

Quarles & Brady, LLP
Alyssa Dowse's practice focuses on advising clients on issues involving ERISA and the changes in the law concerning the Affordable Care Act.
Teresa Mambu Rasch Teresa Mambu-Rasch
Class of 2008

Wisconsin State AFL-CIO
Teresa Mambu-Rasch is the Legislative Director of the Wisconsin State AFL-CIO, where she advocates for and identifies how new laws impact working families in Wisconsin.